Welcome to WITF’s Local Events Calendar!
Blues music was born in Mississippi, came of age in Chicago, and went on to inspire generations of rock and rollers, ranging from the British invasion of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to contemporary groups, such as The Black Keys. As one of America’s contributions to the world of music, the blues took root in the fertile soil of the Mississippi Delta, a flood plain covering 7,000 square miles between the Mississippi and Yazoo rivers. Early blues greats in…Find out more »
Want to solve some mysteries? Join the “Just Mysteries Book Group” to become a detective and have some fun! Bosler Memorial Library will be sponsoring the "Just Mysteries Book Group". Due to the current pandemic, gatherings at the library have been suspended. However, meetings have been re-established virtually. Use of a computer, tablet or smartphone is needed. The meeting link is sent via email to all participants before the meeting. Multiple copies of the selections are within the Cumberland County…Find out more »
Do you want to retire early with lots of money? Let George help you learn the basics of banking so you can spend wisely and reap the rewards. Join us for a virtual presentation via GoToMeeting. Mr. Dillman will discuss retirement in his first presentation “STaRt”, go over “Spending Plans & Preparing for Big Purchases” in his second presentation, and define “Banking Basics” in his last presentation. George Dillman is a Consumer Outreach Specialist with the Investor Education and Consumer…Find out more »
Join this group to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God. Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don’t count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact. Michelle…Find out more »
If you are now unemployed, or soon will be, due to the current pandemic, you need to revamp your job search strategies. Since many companies are downsizing or closing completely during this time of economic uncertainty, the competition for an ever-decreasing number of jobs can be overwhelming. Preparation of a marketing plan, complete with implementation tactics, is crucial. Competition can actually enhance, rather than diminish, your chances of landing a new job. Marketing is key. This webinar explains the basic…Find out more »
Arthur Pepper, a recent widower, finds a charm bracelet that leads him on an adventure of self-discovery and awakening. The grieving process can take one on a journey to acceptance and new possibilities. Join us and Amanda Jernigan for a discussion on Arthur’s steps of grieving in the book, “The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper”. Licensed social worker, Amanda Jernigan, will present an in-depth analysis of Arthur's (the main character's) grieving process within the featured novel. Live via GoToMeeting. Registration…Find out more »
Be your own boss and work at home! Sounds great, doesn’t it? More than 600,000 people start businesses each year; unfortunately, approximately 20% of these businesses fail within two years, with that number rising to approximately 45% within five years. And those are pre-pandemic statistics! Do you want to avoid the pitfalls and increase your chances of succeeding? This seminar will help you meet the challenges of home-based business start-up and expansion. This webinar is divided into two segments: lecture…Find out more »